Loving Daniel Boone
Full Length Play, Comedy / 7m, 2f
Originally produced at Actor's Theatre of Louisville, this innovative play by a winner of the Pulitzer Prize blends events in a modern day museum with action on the Kentucky frontier of 1778.
- Minimum Fee: $100 per performance
- Time Period: 18th Century
- Setting: A museum and the frontier of Kentucky in 1778.
- Features / Contains: Contemporary Costumes / Street Clothes, Period Costumes
RUSSELL - a sttler
FLO - a cleaning woman in a history museum
HILLY - a new night cleaning man
BLACKFISH - chief of the SHawnee
MR. WILSON - a curator at the museum
RICK - a mechanic
JEMMA - Boone's daughter
SQUIRE BOONE - Boone's brother
Loving Daniel Boone premiered as a part of the Humnana Festival of New American Plays at the Actor's Theatre of Louisville in Louisville, KY in March 1992 under the direction of GLoria Muzio.